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In memory.

When Mum died, I asked people to donate to Spinal Research instead of buying flowers. As we stood round Mum’s grave after the funeral, with its modest display of blooms, we knew that we had put the money to a much better use.

Tony Marshall – Nancy Marshall Tribute Fund

Donate online, by post, or hold a collection to honour someone special.

Remembering someone close to you by asking friends and family to make a donation to Spinal Research in their memory can be a positive way to honour their life whilst helping us to bring hope to those who have been paralysed by spinal cord injury.

We can provide personalised cards so that donations can be easily collected at a funeral or memorial service. Each card gives the option to donate by cheque or card and people can also Gift Aid their donation.

Please ask your funeral directors to collect the cards at the end of the service and post them to us at:

Spinal Research
80 Coleman Street 
London
EC2R 5BJ

You can also set up a JustGiving page in memory of your loved one.

If you have any questions about your page, you can get in touch with JustGiving’s dedicated supporter care team seven days a week.

If you would like to donate in memory of a loved one you can do so here.

Tribute pages

An online Spinal Research Tribute fund gives you the chance to share memories with others and raise money at the same time. It’s easy to set up and invite friends and family to pay their own tributes and raise money in memory of your loved one, wherever they are in the world. It’s a chance to do something great to help give hope to people living with a spinal cord injury. There’s plenty of space to share stories and photos.

It’s also a way to celebrate special dates and keep all your fundraising progress in one place. And you can use your tribute fund to let family and friends know that you’re holding a fundraising event and make a special donations in memory of your loved one.

We work in partnership with MuchLoved.com, the online memorial charity, and you can set up a page via the link below.

Change is possible but we need you

One of my key aims is to raise awareness of spinal cord injury and to raise funds for charities that will fund research